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Web Accessibility: Putting People and Processes First

In seeking to ensure good experiences for disabled people in interacting with web resources, it is essential to consider their needs throughout the development cycle, and the value of systems that collect and respond to user-provided feedback on accessibility, in their own terms, says Brian Kelly More

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Tim Unwin Blog: Ensuring Disability Agendas are Embedded Effectively in National ICT Strategies

Tim Unwin, who participated in the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS 2012), provides the outcome of the group discussions that took place within the session on ICTs and disability. G3ict also presented at the summit. Read more More

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Disability Management: Policy Mandate and Business Case for Providing Accessible ICT

This note from the American Office of Disability Employment Policy makes a business case for providing accessible ICT for persons with disabilities from a policy perspective More

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GSMA Reveals How Mobile is Set to Transform Education Worldwide, with the Meducation Market Valued at USD 70 billion by 2020

‘Transforming learning through mEducation’, a new report from the GSMA and McKinsey & Company, reveals how a number of early trials in mEducation across diverse geographies and education segments have successfully improved education outcomes, indicating tremendous potential for mEducation in the future of learning worldwide. More

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Implementing the Right of Persons with Disabilities to Work Future Just Policies and Good Practices

After the great success of the Zero Project Conference 2012, for next year’s conference we are focusing on the Right to Work. Suggest outstanding policies, and examples of good practices that, under the principles of the UN Convention, realize the right of persons with disabilities to work on an equal basis with others More

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Can the Gamification of Health Technology Improve Patient Connectedness and Well Being?

Scientists and professors in Canada are working on a collaborative study to develop and evaluate exercise video games, or “exergames,” to engage youth with Cerebral Palsy in physical exercise to improve their physical fitness and quality of life, find out Andrea Wahbe More

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CAPTCHA-less Security: Accessibility of CAPTCHA

CAPTCHA is perceived as a quick and effective way to stop bots from performing abusive actions on a website. But how accessible are the codes for persons with disabilities, finds out Karl Groves More

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Subtitles vs Captions

The difference between subtitles and captions is that subtitles are intended as translations of foreign movies for hearing people while captions are used by those who have little or no hearing, explains Svetlana Kouznetsova More

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Reflections on the 6th European eAccessibility Forum

BrailleNet, one of the long time supporters of the DAISY Consortium, organized the 6th European eAccessibility Forum which was held in Paris, France, on March 26. The topic this year was "Putting e-accessibility at the heart of information systems" More

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A Guide to PDF and accessibility

This full-length guide to PDF and accessibility is designed for organizations producing PDF files and for assistive technology practitioners to better-understand PDF accessibility issues. More

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